The Dead Live at The Gorge Amphitheater on 2009-05-16
- The Dead
2.the music never stopped
5.dark star (1st v.)
7.tom thumb blues
8.into the mystic
9.man smart, woman smarter
3.hell in a bucket
5.eyes of the world>
9.dark star (2nd v.)
10.one more saturday night
12.box of rain
1st opening band: the doobie brothers
2nd opening band: the allman brothers
- George, WA
- Taped by
- Transferred by
- The Gorge Amphitheater
2nd set - Eyes through the end of the show takes it - the Gorge is such a fantastic place to see live music - I kind of regret not being able to attend this show, what with the now-retired Allman Brothers Band on the bill...
Subject: 5 Stars just because
Subject: Excellent music - beautiful night
Caught it all Doobies, Allmans & Dead - couldn't have asked for a better time with my girlfriend for her FIRST show. Woo-hoo!
Hadn't seen the band since Jerry's last show in Chicago and man did I ever love it.
Lastly to the "starving" hoola hoop girl on top the bus who I gave that loaf of banana nut bread to...hope you shared it :)
Subject: Mosquitos on the River
Subject: Divine Intervention
Subject: Universe of Sound
Subject: THANK YOU!!!
How about that let it grow > Lucy in the Sky at 0500 on Sunday morning. Anyone else camping wake up to that one ?
Subject: Jerry makes an appearance
Subject: Dead Gorge
Subject: All I can say is...
What a great run! These guys have definately gellled over the past month or so. This rendition of "into the mystic" just tickles me. I was on the floor at 'The Knick' (that's right I said the Knick as we will always know it) when they broke it out and I think its a testament to the flexibility of this band. I've been to 75 Grateful shows before this tour and thought that particular # would never change in my heart. But I'm here to say that after having the privilage of jumpin on the bus and riding it from Albany-Wilkes-Barre, I will now say 80! This is not Grateful Dead but The Dead and these guys have raised the bar for all that follow.
...the seeds that were silent all burst into bloom...
BTW those were my shirts on lot :)
Subject: Kamala's Kitchen 5-16-09!
First of all: Thank you tapers, uploaders, and Archive.org
Huge Thanx to SIRIUS RADIO for being the vehicle in which we all got on and teleported into Washington State's Gorge for this intersteller mindblower of a final show!
Waiting around anxiously for the start we just knew it was going to be a great one - for the first time in my life, and all others in company, we lived out a LIVE Dead Show from the comfort of my Kitchen that we had converted into a 600Watt VIP section, Soundboard quality musical mystery tour, somehow seamlessly sharing that magical energy we all hold so dearly in our hearts from over 2,220 miles away!
It was truely one of the best LIVE show experiences I can recall having with the boys.
Thank you everyone!
the birds, the bees, the flowers, and the trees . . ., the nest, the hive, and all that's alive . . ., the bolt, the blue, the white and red, but most of all The Grateful Dead!!!
peace, love, and may it live on
"this is the last stop on our tour . . . THIS TIME AROUND"
Mickey Hart (22 crew intros)
tanx for the correction *tzuriel*
Subject: Passenger > Hell in a Bucket
Thanks to the taper for a nice pull!
That's Mickey commenting "This time round" and introducing the crew
Subject: I'm thinking Rothbury!
Subject: True pleasure
Subject: tasty sounds
many thanx to the taper for such a fantastic sounding recording
Subject: Dead are Back
I hope the taper also got the opening acts sets...
Subject: All thanks to the taper and uploader
I, too, would love to hear a recording of the Doobs' set. They are not opposed to internet sharing of unreleased live shows, so if any taper managed to pull the Doobies' set, please bring it on. Thanks.
Subject: the gorge
Subject: Wine Cellar of the mind
The Archive is like a wine cellar that I cannot afford. I love to go in there, pick a great vintage, and drink it as many times as I like.
These shows are like a great wine. We know how we want it to taste, and having tasted it before we know what we are looking for. This wine continues to surprise me because even new and different, it tastes great, and even better, I love the complexity.
A special mention to Billy and Mickey, no matter how good a tape, drums and space never sound as good as they do when you are there, under the starry sky, with such a loud stereo.
Enjoy it while it lasts...
"Such a long, long time to be gone, and a short time to be there."
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